Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Pianists - Jiracek Jan Bookstore
Page 1     1-20 of 53    1  | 2  | 3  | Next 20
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

1. Calendar - Van Cliburn Finalist Jan Gottlieb Jiracek
WHAT jan Gottlieb jiracek. 10th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition Finalist ADD German pianist jan Gottlieb jiracek was one of 146 invited to participate in the 10th
search this site what's new on campus directories site map ... homepage
Whittier College News Release
For Immediate Release - August 22, 1997
Contact: Judy Browning at (562) 907-4216 or David Palmer at (562) 907-4203.
Reference: 97-98/8 CALENDAR: Van Cliburn Finalist at the Shannon Center WHAT: Jan Gottlieb Jiracek 10th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition Finalist WHEN: 3 p.m., Sunday, September 28, 1997. WHERE: The Ruth B. Shannon Center for the Performing Arts at Whittier College 13406 Philadelphia St., Whittier COST: $18.00 (Discount available for students and senior citizens.) ADD: German pianist Jan Gottlieb Jiracek was one of 146 invited to participate in the 10th outing of the prestigious Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in Fort Worth, Texas, and was one of only six in the final round. His singular talent brings to the Shannon Center a repertoire that includes Beethoven, Brahms, Mozart, Gershwin and other favorites. INFORMATION: about Whittier academics administration admission ... student life W H I T T I E R C O L L E G E
P u b l i c R e l a t i o n s
13215 E. Penn St. » STE 430 » Whittier, CA 90602 » (562) 907-4277 » FAX: (562) 907-4927

2. Nashua Community Concert Association--1998-1999 Concert Season
An exciting evening with the popular jazz pianist in a multimedia tribute to the jan Gottlieb jiracek - Wed. Mar. 24, 1999. Award-winning young German pianist in his debut
1998-1999 Concert Season
The 68th Consecutive Concert Season If you'd like to attend concerts like these, consider joining the Nashua Community Concert Association. The Judy Carmichael Quintet - Mon. Sept. 14, 1998 An exciting evening with the popular jazz pianist in a multi-media tribute to the music of Fats Waller, Count Basie, Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, and the other giants of the Swing Era. The Black Mountain Male Chorus of Wales - Sun. Oct. 18, 1998 Rajko Song and Dance Ensemble - Sat. Jan. 30, 1999 The Splendor of Europe performed by a company of forty-five professional musicians and fiery dancers in a dazzling and colorful program ranging from Liszt and Brahms to the passion of traditional Gypsy music. Quartetto Gelato - Wed. Feb. 3, 1999 The hottest attraction to come out of Canada since The Canadian Brass. A unique blend of virtuosity, irrepressible energy, and wit. Performing a widely varied program of music, and using an extraordinary range of instruments, Quartetto Gelato is sure to delight everyone. Jan Gottlieb Jiracek - Wed. Mar. 24, 1999

3. Nashua Community Concert Association--Historical Archives
Nashua Community Concert Association Archives. Return to History. The Nashua Community Concert Association's first season was in 193132. Fox and Allen Jones - soprano and tenor. 1932-1933. Harold Bauer - pianist. Dino Borgioli - tenor Quartetto Gelato. jan Gottlieb jiracek - pianist. Lainie Nelson The White Cliffs of
Nashua Community Concert Association Archives
Return to History The Nashua Community Concert Association 's first season was in 1931-32. The following list shows the variety of performers and performances we have presented over the years, including some of the finest artists of their times. You will notice that the number of concerts presented in each season has increased over the years. This is a measure of the success of the Nashua Community Concert Association
Kathryn Meisle - contralto
Cherniavsky Brothers - trio
Ethel Fox and Allen Jones - soprano and tenor
Harold Bauer - pianist
Dino Borgioli - tenor
Barrere, Salzedo, Britt - flute, harp and cello
The New English Singers
Toscha Seidel - violinist
Wilbur Evans - baritone
Malcolm and Godden - duo-pianists Carola Goya - dancer Frederick Jagel - tenor Hall Johnson Negro Choir - Leonard DePaur, director Kneisel, Alden, Turner - trio Rosemarie Brancato - soprano Richard Crooks Ruggiero Ricci - violinist Fowler and Tamara - dancers Eugene List - pianist Gaspar Cassado - cellist Barrere Little Symphony Bruna Castagna - contralto Bidu Sayao - soprano Mischa Elman - violinist Carola Goya - dancer Simon Barer - pianist Jooss Ballet Coolidge String Quartet Lansing Hatfield - baritone Paul Robeson - baritone General Platoff Don Cossacks Albert Spaulding - violinist Helen Traubel The Nine O'Clock Opera Company, with John Tyers

4. Brown University Music Department:BROWN UNIVERSITY WIND SYMPHONY
including jazz trumpetist Mike Metheny, pianist Randall Hodgkinson (of the New England Orchestra), violinist Charles Sherba, pianist jan jiracek, bassoonist William Buchman (of the
    The Brown University Wind Symphony
    Matthew McGarrell, conductor
    Jaemi B. Loeb '03, assistant conductor THE WIND SYMPHONY
    : (MUSIC 71, 72, 73, 74, 171, 172, 173, 174) - Private instruction on orchestral wind, brass and percussion instruments is available through the Applied Music Program. Interested students should read the AMP Handbook (available in the department of Music office) for details. Wind Symphony
    Concert Programs 2000-2001
    13 October 2000: Salomon Hall
    Toccata "Athalanta" (1602) Aurelio Bonelli (1569-c.1620)
    Prelude and Fugue in g minor (1744) Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
    British Folk Music Settings Percy Aldridge Grainger (1882-1961)
    No. 22: Country Gardens (1953)
    No. 30: Ye Banks and Braes O' Bonie Doon (1932)
    No. 21: Shepherd's Hey (1918)
    Amazing Grace (1994) Frank Ticheli (b. 1958) Suite in F for Military Band (1922) Gustav Holst (1874-1934) 1. March 2. Song without words 3. Song of the blacksmith

5. Winning Cliburn Contest Doesn't Always Bring Fame
The lucky pianist will win $20 000 in cash, plus concert engagements and recording opportunities Filippo Gamba (28), Germany's jan Gottlieb jiracek (24), the United States' Jon
Winning Cliburn contest doesn't always bring fame LA Times-Washington Post News Service Quick. What do Ralph Votapek, Vladimir Viardo and Simone Pedroni have in common? All won first prize in the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, enjoyed bursts of fame and now languish in those fields of obscurity known as ''whatever happened to ... ?'' This Sunday in Fort Worth, the Cliburn will crown a first-prize winner for the 10th time since the competition began in 1962. The lucky pianist will win $20,000 in cash, plus concert engagements and recording opportunities worth almost $250,000. And the second-and third-prize winners, as well as the three other pianists named as finalists late Monday, will scarcely come away empty-handed in this richest of all international music competitions. But there's one thing the six finalists cannot expect to win Sunday evening: lasting fame. If the law of averages holds, the lucky young man or woman who is the winner - five Cliburn finalists are male, one female - will be forgotten in a few years, another casualty laid to rest in the crowded graveyard of Cliburn winners. That only one first-prize winner in nine Cliburns - Radu Lupu (1966) - has gone on to a major international career does not call the judgments of the contests' juries in doubt. It is merely to say that it has been a long time since winning a major international competition was a predictor of lasting fame or even of a substantial performing career. There are simply so many competitions - literally hundreds - that a first prize, even in a competition as prestigious as the Cliburn, has ceased to have much meaning.

6. Calendar Of Events For 1998 ... 1999 ... 2000
jan 24 thru jan 31. Rockford College presents; "Just Another One Night Stand with Bun E Rockford Community Concert Association presents. jan Gottlieb jiracek, pianist from Germany
Calendar of Events, old ......
year 1998
year 1999 year 2000 year 2001 ... Bottom of the page
- - - - - - Rockford Event Pages - - - - - - 4-H Show - July 28 - August 1, 1999 Anderson Gardens Boone County Fair - AUGUST 10-15, 1999 Blackhawk Farms Raceway Cherry Valley Festival Days - August 27, 28, 29, 1999 Clock Tower Resort: Event Calendar Dept of Agriculture Calendar of Events Discovery Center Museum First Night Rockford - December 31 - 5 p.m. to midnight Illinois Bureau of Tourism Illinois State Fair - August 13 - 22, 1999 Kerasotes Theatres Klehm Arboretum and Botanical Garden Mendelssohn Club Metrocentre 1 Metrocentre 2 Musi-Cal Search: Rockford ( OTW ) On The Waterfront - September 2, 3, 4, 5... 1999 Phantom Regiment Radio Control Combat Flying Rockford Area Convention and Visitors Bureau Rockford Art Museum ( old site ) Rockford Art Museum ( new site ) Rockford Hockey Rockford Lightning Rockford Reds Baseball (formerly - Cubbies) Rockford Park District ( 1 old site ) Rockford Park District ( 2 new site ) Rockford Register Star - Go Online Entertainment Calendar Rockford Wildcats Stronghold Castle Tinker Swiss Cottage Museum Travel Our Trail of Terror for Haunted Happenings Winnebago County Fair - August 17 thru 22 WXRX radio 104.9 FM

7. Index
jan GOTTLIEB jiracek pianist,
@import url(brochure.css);
WELCOME! WILLKOMMEN! New Blood: Jan Gottlieb Jiracek (1973). A forceful, mature personality with a formidable technique and playing of emotional depth. BBC Music Magazine ("Who is who in music.") Welcome to the the official Homepage of Jan Gottlieb Jiracek. Here you can read recent reviews, download music and check on upcoming performances (News). Willkommen zur offiziellen Homepage von Jan Gottlieb Jiracek. Neben allgemeinen Informationen finden Sie hier aktuelle Kritiken, unter NEWS sehen Sie die n¤chsten Konzerttermine. The marvelous Jan Gottlieb Jiracek thrilled the world so greatly when we first heard him and he is continuing his brilliant career both in the United States and abroad. Van Cliburn

8. Pressestimmen
Translate this page jan GOTTLIEB jiracek pianist, Glitzer und Träumereien mit Franz Liszt. Der pianistjan Gottlieb jiracek und das Niedersächsische Staatsorchester begeisterten.
[click here for English]
Dithmarscher Landeszeitung vom 17. Mai 2004 (Werner Siems) Kochen und Brodeln
Pianist Jan Gottlieb Jiracek begeistert zum Auftakt der Brahmswochen
Heide - „Wien l¤sst nicht nur gr¼Ÿen, Wien ist hier in Heide.“ Mit diesen vielversprechenden Worten hat Professor Eckart Besch, der Vorsitzende der Brahmsgesellschaft Schleswig-Holstein, die Zuh¶rer zur Matinee in der Postel-Villa begr¼Ÿt. Gestern sind die diesj¤hrigen Brahmswochen mit dieser Veranstaltung er¶ffnet worden. Und mit groŸer Vorfreude k¼ndete er den Interpreten an: Jan Gottlieb Jiracek. Der 31-j¤hrige Professor der Wiener Musikhochschule ist dem Publikum der Brahmswochen kein Unbekannter: Vor zwei Jahren trat er mit groŸem Erfolg in der Klavier-Sommernacht auf.
Mit Werken von Bach, Mozart, Chopin und Brahms pr¤sentierte Jiracek ein hervorragend zusammengestelltes Programm. Den Auftakt bildete Bach mit „Jesu bleibet meine Freude“, ein Orgelwerk, dessen unendlicher Reichtum durch Kempff f¼r Klavier zug¤nglich gemacht wurde. Es folgte die „Sonate B-Dur KV 281“ von Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Mit ruhigem und gelassenem Spiel brachte Jiracek die Zuh¶rer dazu, sich ganz auf das positive Licht dieses Werkes zu konzentrieren.

9. NPR
pianist jan jiracek (YAHN YEERah-chek) plays the Piano Sonata No. 31 in A-Flat, No. 31, by Franz Joseph Haydn. Recorded October 18th at Spivey Hall in Morrow, Georgia. (ACA Digital Recording/

10. Cape Town Concert Series - Programme
2004 First Season. Saturday, 21 February, jan GOTTLIEB jiracek (German pianist).Saturday, 20 March, THE SWANWYK TRIO (SA group, from SA, Germany Switzerland).
Click on each name to read more about the artists.
2004 - First Season
Saturday, 21 February JAN GOTTLIEB JIRACEK (German pianist) Saturday, 20 March Saturday, 24 April SONTONGA QUARTET with Dutch pianist NORA MULDERS Saturday, 8 May BORIS PETRUSHANSKY (Russian pianist) Saturday, 24 May HAND-DUPRE GUITAR DUO (from England)
2004 - Second Season
Saturday, 10 July KUSS STRING QUARTET (from Germany) Saturday, 21 August NOBILIS TRIO (from the United States) Saturday, 18 September RAPHAEL ALEXANDRE LUSTCHEVSKY (Polish pianist) Saturday, 16 October CARLO GUAITOLI (Italian pianist) Saturday, 13 November To subscribe to all five concerts in each season and save money, go to our Subscription page. Ticket price for single concerts:
Senior citizens R80; students R35; scholars R25 (block bookings) Tickets for individual concerts may be bought:
  • at Computicket outlets:
    • Baxter Theatre Centre, Rondebosch Pick 'n Pay, Constantia Village Theatre on the Bay, Camps Bay MTN Shop, Gardens Shopping Centre MTN Shop, Cavendish Square, Claremont MTN Shop, Blue Route Mall

11. Welcome To
jiracek, jan provides biography, press reviews, and concert schedule for thepianist. Johansen, Anders - includes new compostitions and sound files.
Pianist Classical Pianist Adami, Mirsa - sound clips, biography, and concert schedule for this Albanian pianist.
Albulescu, Eugene
- provides information on the Romanian pianist and educator. Includes performances, discography, and reviews.
Aleksander, Adam
- bio, sound clips, and contact information for the Canadian pianist.
Alexeev, Sasha
- Russian-born composer and classically trained pianist who blends contemporary, New Age sounds into his music.
Alvarez, Carmen
- biography, current projects, sound clips, photos, and more for the pianist from Uruguay.
Anderszewski, Piotr
- provides information on the Polish-born pianist.
Argerich, Martha

Ashkenazy, Vladimir

Astriab, Lou
- provides information on the American pianist.
Ax, Emanuel

Babinsky, Margarete
- provides biography, sound clips, photos, reviews, discography, and more for the Austrian pianist. Badura-Skoda, Paul

12. Classical Piano Links
pianist. Ladislav Jelinek pianist (CZ), Rachel Jimenez pianist.jan Gottlieb jiracek pianist (DE), Warren Jones pianist. Patrick
var version = 1.0; var version = 1.1; var version = 1.2; var version = 1.3;
Mirsa Adami: Pianist (AL)
John Kenneth Adams: Pianist Alessandra Ammara: Pianist (IT) Adam Aleksander: Pianist (CA) ...
Friends Around The World - Our Related Links Collection

Complete Web Site Index Contained In This Menu
Last Updated:

13. Artsmart : Arts News From Kwazulu-natal : Music
In their next recital, the Durbanbased Friends of Music will host the acclaimed27 year old German pianist jan Gottlieb jiracek who was recently described by
arts news from kwazulu-natal

current news
dance drama literature ...
home page
dance drama literature ... festivals
JAN GOTTLIEB JIRACEK (article first published : 2002-09-23)
In their next recital, the Durban-based Friends of Music will host the acclaimed 27 year old German pianist Jan Gottlieb Jiracek who was recently described by BBC Music Magazine as one of the leading pianists of his generation. Born into a German-Czechoslovakian family of musicians, he won first prize at the Steinway Competition in Hamburg at the age of ten, and made his formal debut the following year in his hometown of Hanover, performing a piano concerto by Mozart. He also won the top prize at both the 1996 Busoni Competition and the 1996 Maria Canals Competition. Mr Jiracek has since performed extensively throughout Europe, including recitals at the Herkulessaal in Munich, Steinway Hall in London, Salle Cortot in Paris, Palau de la musica in Barcelona, Tonhalle in Zurich, Musikhalle in Hamburg and the Gewandhaus in Leipzig, as well as orchestral appearances with the Berlin and St. Petersburg Philharmonics, Cologne Chamber Orchestra, and the Northern Sinfonia of England. Following his North American debut at the tenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 1997, where he was a favourite of critics and audiences alike, he was immediately asked to join Community Concert’s artist roster. Together with his engagements as winner of that competition, this led to more than 40 engagements throughout the United States in the 1998-99 season. This period saw him giving recitals at the Tilles Centre at Long Island University, the University of Vermont Lane Series, and Spivey Hall in Atlanta. He also performed with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra at the recently opened Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall in October 1998, performing three piano concertos, including Gershwin’s

14. Artsmart : Arts News From Kwazulu-natal : Music
As his name suggests, 27year-old jan Gottlieb jiracek has a a fine work and it wasgiven a brilliant performance by the visiting pianist, almost too
arts news from kwazulu-natal

current news
dance drama literature ...
home page
dance drama literature ... festivals
JAN GOTTLIEB JIRACEK (article first published : 2002-10-18)
As his name suggests, 27-year-old Jan Gottlieb Jiracek has a German-Czech background. This tall, blonde young man has built up an imposing reputation in Europe and America, and at his Durban recital the first notes of Beethoven's Op 22 Sonata confirmed his virtuoso quality. This is one of the master's lesser known sonatas, though Beethoven himself was very proud of it; "It washes itself", he declared, using a German idiom which in modern parlance means it's got what it takes. It is a fine work and it was given a brilliant performance by the visiting pianist, almost too brilliant at times, one felt. The minuet of the sonata is a graceful, almost ingenuous little piece, but Jiracek played it as if he were delivering an etude by Chopin or Liszt. But his performance as a whole generated much enthusiasm from the audience. The pianist seemed more at home in Schumann's exuberant Etudes Symphoniques , making light of the formidable technical difficulties of the music. For me, however, the finest playing of the evening came in Ravel's

15. Campus Review October 9, 1998
German pianist jan jiracek takes the stage for a 3 p.m A Van Cliburn competition finalist, jiracek's 199899 tour includes more than 40 engagements throughout the United
CAMPUS REVIEW Volume XXX, Number 16 - Friday, October 9, 1998 The Campus Review is available on campus E-Mail, the World Wide Web, and a printed copy is forwarded to all campus offices each week. IN THIS REPORT:
CARE CENTER PREVIEWS CMII FALL SPORTS ROUNDUP ANNUAL FUND DRIVE ON THE WEB HAPPY BIRTHDAY - OCTOBER 9-18 CALENDAR OF EVENTS - OCTOBER 9-18 LOOKING AHEAD - OCTOBER 19-25 THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK PRESIDENT SKINNER FEATURED IN "GEORGIA TREND" President Richard A. Skinner and CCSU were featured in the October, 1998 issue of Georgia Trend, the magazine of Georgia business and politics. Several "partners for a better Atlanta" were featured in the "Leaders and Vision for the 21st Century" series sponsored by WSB-TV. Dr. Skinner's full-page picture appears on page 11. "Atlanta 21 - Clayton College & State University's vision for our future."

16. Baylor University || German Pianist To Perform At Baylor Feb. 10
10 Feb. 05, 2003 by Richard Veit pianist jan Gottlieb jiracek will performat Baylor University at 730 pm Monday, Feb. 10, in Roxy Grove Hall.

17. Communiqué News For Whittier College Faculty, Staff And
Faculty Center. Sunday 28 3 pm, pianist jan Gottlieb jiracek, ShannonCenter. Call (562) 9074203 for more information. Tuesday
search this site what's new on campus directories site map ... homepage
Whittier College
News for Whittier College Faculty, Staff and Administrators
Communiqué is published every other Wednesday during the academic year by the Whittier College Office of Communications. For more information, call us at (562) 907-4277. SEPTEMBER 17, 1997. WHITTIER CAMPUS GETS A SPRUCE-UP THIS SUMMER Welcome back to the new and improved Whittier College. Several projects involving improvements to the physical plant - some completed and others still under way - are creating an improved environment for teaching, learning, and, believe it or not, playing. Jo Ann Hankin, vice president for finance and administration, said that more than 15 projects - from tree planting to air conditioning residence halls - were completed this summer, under the direction of Nelson Park, director of projects, and Dan Peterson, manager of campus facilities. "With the George Allen Fitness Center scheduled for its official opening on September 20," she added, "we will now turn our focus to completing KWTR, the campus radio station, which will be located in the Dexter Student Center." Room 102 in the Science Building has been revamped and rewired for computers, Lautrup auditorium in Hoover Hall has gotten a face lift, and playgrounds at the Broadoaks ChildrenÕs School have been upgraded, according to Park.

18. Cape Philharmonic Orchestra - Conductors And Soloists
jan GOTTLIEB jiracek, an acclaimed German pianist of the younger generation, who,according to Die Welt, need not fear comparison with the great pianists of

What's On

Concert Calendar


More about the CPO
The first American prizewinner of the Arturo Toscanini International Conducting Competition, LESLIE B. DUNNER is one of the leading symphonic conductors of his generation in the United States, known particularly for his work with the acclaimed Dance Theatre of Harlem as its Principal Conductor.
While still a student at the Moscow Conservatoire the winner of the Silver Medal at the 1986 Tchaikovsky Competition, the Armenian-born American cellist SUREN BAGRATUNI enjoys an international career as a soloist, recitalist, chamber mlusician, professor of cello and artistic advoser to several music festivals.
Critically acclaimed for his work with symphony orchestras in many European countries, the United States, Israel, the Far East and South Africa, German maestro BERNHARD GUELLR is Music Director of both the Symphony Nova Scotia in Halifax, Canada, and the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra in Germany.
BEVERLEY CHIAT is a leading singer on the South African operatic stage after training at the UCT Opoera School and the Royal Northern College of Music in England. She is also acclaimed as a fine oratorio soprano and regular soloist with South African symphony orchestras.

clarity. New York Times, June 12, 2001 Born into a German-Czechoslovakian familyof musicians, 29 year-old German pianist, jan Gottlieb jiracek was described
Jan Gottlieb Jiracek- Piano
"The marvellous Jan Jiracek thrilled the world so greatly when we first heard him … and he is continuing his brilliant career both in the United States and abroad."
-Van Cliburn
"A dazzling performance…Mr. Jiracek knows when and how to let drama melt into lyricism or to transform a solid wall of piano sound into a texture of crystalline clarity."
-New York Times, June 12, 2001
Born into a German-Czechoslovakian family of musicians, 29 year-old German pianist, Jan Gottlieb Jiracek was described by BBC Music Magazine as one of the leading pianists of his generation.
He won the first prize at the Steinway Competition in Hamburg at age ten, and made his formal debut the following year in his hometown of Hanover, performing a piano concerto by Mozart. Mr. Jiracek has since performed extensively throughout Europe, London, Salle Cortot Paris, Palau de la Musica Barcelona, Tonhalle, Zurich, Konserthaus Vienna, Musikhalle Hamburg and the Gewandhaus Leipzig, as well as orchestral appearances with the Berlin and St Petersburg Philharmonic, Cologne Chamber Orchestra and Northern Simfonia of England.
A top prize-winner at both the 1996 Busoni Competition and the 1996 Maria Canals Competition, Mr. Jiracek was a finalist at the 10 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 1997, where he was a favourite of the critics and audiences alike. Following his success at the latter, he was invited to join the roster of Community Concerts resulting in more than 80 performances throughout the United States. Recent engagements include recitals at the Tilles Centre at Long Island University, The university of Vermont Lane Series and the Spivey Hall in Atlanta. He also performed with the Washington Chamber Orchestra sat the Kennedy Centre in Washington D.C., the Riverside Symphony at the Lincoln Centre in New York and the Bass Performance Hall, performing 3 (three) piano concertos, including Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue. In 2002 he toured Japan, South Africa, America and Europe.

20. Verzeichnis Internationaler Top-Pianisten
Translate this page Hokanson, Leonard Ilario, Sylvaine Ishay, Roglit Ivanov, Wasiliy jiracek, jan GottliebJoeres Sind Sie pianist und erfüllen eines der oben genannten Kriterien
In nachstehender Aufstellung aufgeführte Top-Pianisten sind international bekannte Interpreten aus verschiedenen Ländern und Erdteilen. Die Auswahl ist noch nicht vollständig. Pianisten, die hier aufgeführt sind, erfüllen mindestens ein Kriterium:
  • internationale Reputation, Konzerttätigkeit in mehreren Ländern Professor an einer Musikhochschule oder -universität International bekannte Nachwuchstalente (Preisträger)
Top-Pianisten mit eigener Homepage: Top-Pianisten: A - G H - O P - Z Achucarro, Joaquin
Ahn, Heesok
Alber-Noack, Konrad
Alvares, Paulo
Ara, Ken
Arens, Rolf-Dieter
Ardakov, Alexander
Ashkenazy, Vladimir
Ashkenazy, Vovka

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

Page 1     1-20 of 53    1  | 2  | 3  | Next 20

free hit counter